Mark Rothko

Stage version of 'Frozen' musical changes its director

Some changes are coming in the kingdom of Arendelle: Tony Award-winning director Michael Grandage has been officially unveiled to helm the upcoming stage musical "Frozen."

Alex Timbers, a two-time Tony Award nominee who directed "Peter and the Starcatcher," ''Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," ''The Pee-Wee Herman Show" and "Rocky" on Broadway, had been initially tapped to direct "Frozen" but left this summer.

Grandage won the Tony Award for his direction of "Red," John Logan's acclaimed drama about painter Mark Rothko. His recent Broadway work include "The Cripple of Inishmaan," ''Hughie" and...